Thursday, August 27, 2009

In my blog, I will state that the article in related in myself… the most important about me is concern about beauty… most women want to be beauty included me…. So this is the article about the beauty….

Enhance Your Beauty

Face make-up is a way to highlight the features we love and want to draw attention and also to cover the not so good features. It’s a fact that no woman is satisfied what she has been blessed with. Face make-up takes cares of many of the facial flaws including the not so higher cheekbones, less prominent jaws and less evenly toned skin. You have to be so perfect with your makeup technique that it reflects your creativity and imagination. If you learn to apply face makeup properly then you will not drown yourself in makeup and end up looking like a clown. It is an accomplished fact that cosmetics are the girl`s best friend and if applied skilfully then it can transform your face from dull and dreary to one of alive, striking and bright.

First apply moisturizer on your face and neck. Cover ears, nape and the portion your outfit`s neck is going to show. Wipe excess moisturizer. Now apply liquid foundation in dots across your face. Blend it in your skin and see that you cover all the flaws. Now quickly rub ice over your face to close the pores. Dab with a tissue. Now apply the compact powder. Remember to choose a liquid foundation and compact that is closest to your skin tone and color.

The ideal face make-up involves applying the right amount according to the required occasion. There are different makeup tricks for different occasions. You just can’t imagine going to a business meeting with your face painted with too much makeup. Similarly for a theme party, you won’t be able to turn heads towards you unless you look something different. The following face make-up tips will be helpful to bring out the real beauty that is hidden behind your face no matter what the occasion is.

Taking the skin types into account, various manufacturing companies are producing quality products for men that differ in their ingredients for different types of skin. The products available in the market may range anything from fairness creams for men, exfoliates, face packs, toners and moisturizers to lip balms and others. Although the cosmetic industry has introduced them for men in recent years only, the products have gained good responses in terms of acceptance, sales and marketing in a very less time.

Face make up can be different depending upon the time of the day, occasion and also the climate. You should not expect yourself to come to office with heavy makeup and be the topic of office canteen gossip. For a more natural makeup, consider avoiding foundation and use concealer in its place to hide small imperfections, and add blush or bronze to brighten up the entire face. Similarly an evening out with friends or your date requires extra edge in make up. What is more, you can even go for Creamy Make-up, Grease Make-up, Liquid Make-up and Wet Make-up.

Eyes are an important part of our face. They can be adorned with various applications such as eye shadows and mascaras. Eyeliners are usually applied to beautify the looks of eyes. They are available in several colors such as purple, maroon and black. The eyeliners are available in two forms - liquid and pencil. One can also take the help of the mascaras to frame her eyes in the perfect manner. They help to curl the eyelashes and give a perfect look to the eyes. They are available in different types Eye Care Products like waterproof and smudge proof.

Second article to apply in my blog and also related about my self.. the article is about how we manage our stress. this is because in our life we cannot run from stress, we must faced it.. I'm always faced with stress, mostly when many work i must do in short time, for example, in one week i must submit the assignment, make presentation, have many test, its so stress to me... that's why, i put this article to help me how to manage stress, its so helpful....

Manage Your Stress With Ease

Andrew McCombe

Studies from the 1950s, 60s and 70s predicted that with advances in technology we would have a lot more leisure time by the year 2000. How wrong they were! Today we are expected to produce a lot more, of a higher quality, as fast as possible and all with less support than we had 30 years ago. In this information age we spend more time living inside our heads than in our bodies; we move less and think more and it is taking a major toll on our health. The effects of pressure have become so prevalent in our lives that they have even been given it a name: stress.

Stress is an internal phenomenon. You might say, My office is stressful or My shopping mall gives me stress or You try having four kids and not being stressed! But while these are contributors to the stress process they do not create stress. There is no such thing as external stress. Stress is in your thoughts, feelings and beliefs and how you choose to behave in response to an external pressure. If you feel that a situation is more demanding than you are capable of handling, then you will experience stress.

The three major causes of stress

Acute Pressure
Acute Pressure is pressure that only lasts for a short period of time. As an example, imagine you are a cat strolling through the backyard, minding your own business, when suddenly a rabid dog jumps over the fence and charges straight toward you. Your body would react immediately by activating a series of neurological, biochemical, hormonal and physiological actions, all designed to help you avoid the dog and survive. This automatic response is commonly referred to as the fight or flight response. The stress response in the case of our cat runs its course very quickly, e.g. the dog bolts over the fence and charges at the cat (the external pressure), which causes the cats brain and hormonal system to release a series of stress hormones (the stress response), which in turn puts the cat in a physiological state to either fight the dog or run away (the fight or flight response). After escaping the dog, the cats stress hormones return to normal and it is soon strolling through the backyard again. This is an example of acute pressure causing stress. The short-term effects of acute stress include an increase in heart rate, blood pressure, breathing rate, body temperature and adrenaline output as well as feelings of anxiety, nervousness and tension.

Chronic Pressure

Unfortunately in today's world, we humans are not as fortunate as the cat. Every day we deal with situations that cause continuous stress. Alarm clocks, unexpected bills, mortgage repayments, traffic jams, work, family and partner commitments, all of which can be harder to escape than the rabid dog and unlike the rabid dog, they come back time and time again. This creates a situation where we are constantly stuck in the middle of the stress response, where our stress hormones are elevated for long periods of time. Although this is not immediately life-threatening (as is the acute pressure situation of the cat and the dog), over the long term it can lead to obesity, reduced sex drive, weakened immune system, loss of memory and poor feelings of well being. If we cannot remove or escape from acute stress, it soon becomes chronic stress.

Imagined Pressure

Our subconscious minds cannot distinguish between a real and an imagined event. Therefore, even though some of our fears may be anticipated or imagined, rather than actual, they still activate the body's stress responses. If these fears are not dealt with they will soon become a source of chronic stress.

A large proportion of the stress we experience is caused by either a fear of failure or fear of success. Fear of failure can be traced back to a fear of loss in some form. Loss of control, reputation, money, livelihood and even life. Fear of success on the other hand can be traced to a fear of your own greatness, which may actually also lead back to a fear of loss. Loss of freedom, loss of privacy, loss of leisure time, loss of having a life.

FEAR = False Expectations Appearing Real. It is thought that as much as 90 per cent of all fears never eventuate and that the other 10 per cent often don't turn out to bad as we expect. You need to be aware that fear is a negative thought and the more you focus on it, the more likely it will manifest itself in your life.

The best way to deal with your fears is to categorise them as things you can control and things you cannot control. It is pointless to worry about things that you cannot control. They are what they are and whatever will be will be. There is nothing you can do about them. Focus instead on the things you can control. Begin by putting them into perspective. Ask yourself, If this fear were to eventuate, how stressful would it be on a scale from 1-10?

Only 1-2 per cent of all fears are really worth worrying about. The others, which are more likely to really be inconveniences, should be confronted and dealt with before they create further dis-EASE in your life.

There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so. Shakespeare

Outcomes of stress

The effects of stress can be either positive or negative, depending entirely on how you choose to view the external pressure.

Positive Outcomes of Stress include:

Increased physical, mental and emotional performance, Growth, Change, Creativity, Fun and enjoyment.

The human body loves positive stress as it provides a stimulus for growth and improvement.

I'm sure you know of people who just seem to be cruising through life, merely existing and not truly experiencing. These people do not have enough positive stress in their lives. Unfortunately, if we are not growing, we are dying, and these people are simply waiting to die. The key to living an amazing life is to fill it with positive stress so that you are continually growing and developing.

What is a source of positive stress for one person may be a source of negative stress for another. Your experience will depend on your stress threshold and the coping strategies you employ. To determine whether an event causes you positive or negative stress you need to be aware of its affect on your body.

Negative Outcomes of Stress include:

Heart disease,Cancer, Diabetes, Obesity, Illness and injury, Burnout and breakdown.

Exposure to too much stress for too long will reduce the ability of your immune system and enhance your susceptibility to dis-EASE. The first sign of any dis-EASE in your life is a good indicator that you have surpassed your stress threshold. As with all forms of dis-EASE, before you can address your stress you must first confront the underlying issue(s) causing it. If these issues, thoughts, feelings, beliefs and behaviours are not dealt with they can end up ruling our lives and creating self-destructive patterns, which will eventually lead to burnout or even breakdown.

Identify your optimal level of stress

To achieve an optimal balance of stress in your life you should look to involve yourself in situations which are neither too relaxing nor too stressful, but somewhere in between. If something is too easy you will not become sufficiently stimulated to produce a quality performance or growth, and if it is too difficult you will become over-stimulated which will also affect your ability to produce a quality performance and lead to dis-EASE. Becoming an expert in your own stress management is simply a matter of putting yourself into situations that provide you with enough stimulation to perform at your peak.

Coping Strategies

By listening to your body you will be able to implement positive solutions to reduce the effects of stress in your life.

Positive Coping Strategies:
Planning ahead ,
Thinking positive and empowering thoughts, Eliminating toxins, Exercising
Eating well,
Resting, relaxing and rejuvenating, Evaluating

Negative Coping Strategies:

Too often people will deal with the effects of stress by using either stimulants to kick start the body or suppressants to slow it down. Unfortunately, most of these stimulants and suppressants are toxic. Continuously pumping your body with toxins is one of the fastest ways to inflict damage on yourself. Toxins can take the form of:

Stimulants, Caffeine,Nicotine, Recreational drugs, Sugar, Suppressants, Alcohol, Prescription drugs,
High fat or processed foods, Behaviors, Work addiction, Sex addiction, Exercise addiction
Food addiction (overeating/under eating), Television addiction,Gambling.

The problem with these coping strategies is they do not address the root cause of the stress. They simply mask the symptoms and thus become detrimental to your health.

The third article in my blog is about love... every human in this world dream of it... love is the best part in our life... love make us happy or sometimes make us suffer from love... Love.. Love.. Love... its difficult to say... so just read this article....

Article on Love and Forgiveness
Article Written By: Linda Foltyn

How can these two words, love and forgiveness change your whole perspective on life? First, you must put your trust in something bigger than yourself. You may call it God, Spirit, Budda, whatever your faith is, trust that it has a bigger plan (could it be a lesson in forgiveness?) than your everyday troubles. What is the most important lesson you can learn while here on earth? Love and Forgiveness. But how do you get to the Love part if you have hatred in your heart? Forgive. It sounds so simple and yet it can be the most difficult thing that you can do in this lifetime.You were wronged or someone betrayed you, how can you let that go? Forgive. Forgive and it will set your heart free. Here are some steps that can get you there. Feel your anger, feel your sadness, feel whatever it is you need to get all those emotions out, write it down and then throw it away. Give yourself a certain time frame in which you will no longer continue to go on with those emotions. Now comes the hard part, trying to convince yourself that the other person deserves to be forgiven. Every time this hurt comes into your heart, say to yourself "I forgive "name" for what they have done". Every time you start to go over the scenario, and start to get angry or sad, instead replace it with "I forgive "name" for what they have done". You might not believe what you are saying at first. But sending that message out into the universe will eventually help break the chain of black energy that links you together with an invisible line of hate.Hopefully it will hit you one day. You can let it go, the hate, the anger, the betrayal, how you were wronged and in a peaceful loving moment truly feel that forgiveness. The best possible way to break the chain of hate that connects you by an invisible link, is to stand and face this person and truly believing and feeling in your heart what you are about to say to them. "No matter what you have done to me, I forgive you" It is truly disarming, and can break that link that binds you. That's it! It may be a long and hard task to get to that one simple line.What does it feel like? Once you have set each other free, your heart feels lighter, you have an overwhelming feeling of peace. You suddenly understand it all, the reason you are here, the lessons that you need to learn while on this earth plane. You will never be the same, because in every situation you can begin to feel compassion, humility and gratitude toward your fellow travelers here on earth. You can LOVE again. You are a radiant being moving forward in life. Be Well...

I'm love fashion so i put this video about fashion week in Paris 2009... hope u guys enjoy watch this video, other than that, we can upgrade our style like celebrity...